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No Pig Zone
Blow the Whistle when you see the police abusing people!
Butch Stewart, father of Gilbert A. Barber, killed by a Guilford County sheriff's deputy speaks about the need for people to join the October 2014 Month of Resistance to Mass Incarceration, Police Terror, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation.
Call to Teachers:
"How To" Suggestions for Taking Out the Pledge of Resistance
This is the first action of the Month of Resistance. We aim to STOP mass incarceration, police terror, repression and the criminalization of a generation! Let’s do this pledge dramatic, let’s do it loud, let’s do it proud. With this first action, we are calling forth many more people to get involved throughout the month. Read More
Carl Dix, Nicholas Heyward Sr., Juanita Young & Iris Baez
Press Advisory Carl Dix & Parents of Youth Killed by NYPD Lead October 2014 Month of Resistance Protests to Stop Mass Incarceration, Police Terror
What: Interviews with Carl Dix & other leaders of October protest actions Read More
NEW PLEDGE POSTER CLICK HERE TO VIEW
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On October 1st, everyone who hates the horrors of mass incarceration and all its consequences should gather at their schools, in their neighborhoods, at their work places, or at symbols of the abuses of the criminal justice system and take this pledge. Then we all need to act on it. "send videos, photos, reports of pledge readings in your city or town, your school, classroom, workplace, jail cell, or wherever it is read, to this address "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Author and poet Alice Walker wrote a new poem "Gather" for Carl Dix and Cornel West. It is posted on her website under a graphic calling for the October Month of Resistance. A note from the editor: Below are some thoughts on the importance of getting this beautiful and powerful poem to as wide a societal audience as possible. Read "Gather"
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